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September 11, 2014, 06:16:46 PM
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Well, that's it. Cue the bears who say all the coins mined since 'mid July' are now withdrawn to the dividends address and we'll be in for a more than meager dividend of 0.000333145 BTC/share...

Even a dividend of 0.0003 BTC/share would be a positive sign for shareholders, reassuring them that AM is still committed to paying dividends.
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September 11, 2014, 06:19:40 PM
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Well, that's it. Cue the bears who say all the coins mined since 'mid July' are now withdrawn to the dividends address and we'll be in for a more than meager dividend of 0.000333145 BTC/share...

Even a dividend of 0.0003 BTC/share would be a positive sign for shareholders, reassuring them that AM is still committed to paying dividends.

Sure, but given the average estimated yield of ~33% in AM's glory times, this would justify a share price of 0.03 BTC! In an environment this risky, not a very good return. But I agree that we first need to work on building up trust again, and it would still be a good sign - if the dividends continue.

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September 11, 2014, 06:21:03 PM
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Well, that's it. Cue the bears who say all the coins mined since 'mid July' are now withdrawn to the dividends address and we'll be in for a more than meager dividend of 0.000333145 BTC/share...

Even a dividend of 0.0003 BTC/share would be a positive sign for shareholders, reassuring them that AM is still committed to paying dividends.

Well, of course friedcat gets paid as an employee, and the board members get paid by divs too, so I'm sure they're just as ready for yield season as the exchange investors are.

And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...


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September 11, 2014, 06:27:30 PM
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Well, that's it. Cue the bears who say all the coins mined since 'mid July' are now withdrawn to the dividends address and we'll be in for a more than meager dividend of 0.000333145 BTC/share...

Even a dividend of 0.0003 BTC/share would be a positive sign for shareholders, reassuring them that AM is still committed to paying dividends.

Well, of course friedcat gets paid as an employee, and the board members get paid by divs too, so I'm sure they're just as ready for yield season as the exchange investors are.

And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

Do you actually keep a record, maybe even some graph of the shares imported to Havelock? It would be interesting to correlate that to news and maybe also the price on Havelock or the Bitcoin price in general!

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Well, that's it. Cue the bears who say all the coins mined since 'mid July' are now withdrawn to the dividends address and we'll be in for a more than meager dividend of 0.000333145 BTC/share...

Even a dividend of 0.0003 BTC/share would be a positive sign for shareholders, reassuring them that AM is still committed to paying dividends.

Well, of course friedcat gets paid as an employee, and the board members get paid by divs too, so I'm sure they're just as ready for yield season as the exchange investors are.

And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

Do you actually keep a record, maybe even some graph of the shares imported to Havelock? It would be interesting to correlate that to news and maybe also the price on Havelock or the Bitcoin price in general!


I don't, but I could set up a php to do it if people want.  Unfortunately, we'd only get the net and not the directional flows of shares since Havelock mass-transfers manually it seems.  But I could do fun graphs with the price and volume Smiley

Also, it appears that the most recent (16:08 today for me - Blockchain time zoning blows) from the two non-Guild addresses were just from a change output from an earlier transaction...


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September 11, 2014, 06:47:57 PM
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We could post here everytime the net in or out whenever shares are transferred from and out of the platform, if there is a demand for it.



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September 11, 2014, 06:49:16 PM
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Well, that's it. Cue the bears who say all the coins mined since 'mid July' are now withdrawn to the dividends address and we'll be in for a more than meager dividend of 0.000333145 BTC/share...

Even a dividend of 0.0003 BTC/share would be a positive sign for shareholders, reassuring them that AM is still committed to paying dividends.

Well, of course friedcat gets paid as an employee, and the board members get paid by divs too, so I'm sure they're just as ready for yield season as the exchange investors are.

And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

Do you actually keep a record, maybe even some graph of the shares imported to Havelock? It would be interesting to correlate that to news and maybe also the price on Havelock or the Bitcoin price in general!


I don't, but I could set up a php to do it if people want.  Unfortunately, we'd only get the net and not the directional flows of shares since Havelock mass-transfers manually it seems.  But I could do fun graphs with the price and volume Smiley

THis would be very interesting to see.  I wonder if someone already has done this and use this information to day-trade.
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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...
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Ok this thing with the mining adress was fun.
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Ok this thing with the mining adress was fun.

Yep.  A few coins added but then it stopped.  Hopefully there will be more later.
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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.


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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

ah.  I didn't note the drop to 26xxx.  Probably because I was avoiding looking for the last week  Cry
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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

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Time series of import data as well as functionality for exporting csv versions of trade history.


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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

What information would you like to see?


While you are here it would be awesome if you added a bigger range for recent trades or an option to pick date range, sometimes during high trade volume it get annoying

I know you can view by other means but it would be much nicer
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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

What information would you like to see?



Time series of import data as well as functionality for exporting csv versions of trade history.

You should be able to download a csv file from the Transaction section of your account.

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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

What information would you like to see?



Time series of import data as well as functionality for exporting csv versions of trade history.

You should be able to download a csv file from the Transaction section of your account.
I think he means all trade history for a fund
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And also, anyone notice that ~1200 shares were imported since last week?  Think someone's looking to sell...

IIRC it's been 27xxx  for months.  No sign of + 1200...

Sorry, there were 897 shares imported today.  The leading digits were 26XXX yesterday, and I hadn't taken the number down.  I've got the php on my list of things.  Eventually I might try and code up a graph that tracks the orderbook like bitcoinity does - seeing the orderbook as a % of available shares would be a better visualization/tool for pricing the shares that are on the exchange.

Would definitely be a nifty thing to have. I wonder if Havelock could just give us a big list including all those numbers and maybe even other data points Smiley Apparently they like to read this thread just as much as we do, don't they? Smiley

What information would you like to see?



Time series of import data as well as functionality for exporting csv versions of trade history.

You should be able to download a csv file from the Transaction section of your account.
I think he means all trade history for a fund

Yep - essentially, are you able to make the same data that's available via the API accessible in csv format?


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What information would you like to see?

Passing this question on to the others. Yeah, csv-export of all trades or shares im-/export would surely be nice. I can also second the request for recent trades, that list needs to be bigger.
But I guess you were just offering to give us some data to play around with, right? Cheesy

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